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So…Grateful for the opportunities that were bestowed or given to me (us as a family) in 2018. I am embracing this thought…each day will bring new challenges, and new opportunities…for anything we choose.
I am searching for my heart and mind for choices of opportunities. What are you looking forward to in 2019?
But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.
Isaiah 40:31 KJV
I am working on my goals for next year. Working on walking, running…staying strong. Renewing strength in my faith…and my life.
What are you goals for 2019? What are you going to work on for new year?
I am not going to get it all done…just putting this out there. Feeling okay about too.
Lots of optimism lately. Love that there has been a lot of achievement as well.
What are you feeling good about lately?
Be a best friend. Simple, right? This is hitting home today. I feel as though I don’t have enough time to be the best friend that I should be.
Looks like this will be mindful goal for next year.
Have you been thinking about your goals, and what you need to work on for next year?
I beat my best mile time at 16:50!! I am a usual 17:22-17:40 mile. Super excited about that!
My overall time was 55:34. Not my best…but not my worst. 🏃♀️
Glad I finished…plus I had on a tutu made by my bestie!! 💗🎄
I had a rump Pork Roast in the freezer that needed to be cooked. So, I decided to throw some things together and cook it.
Season Salt and Cavender’s Greek seasoning…are my go to spices for pork.Searing the pork roast on all sides with a liberal seasoning is important. “Brown food is good food.” Anne BurrelAdded one onion, coarsely chopped and six cloves of garlic.Then added a small bottle of Apple Juice, and about two cups of reduced sodium Chicken Broth. Bring to a simmer, and cook for approximately 20 minutes. Before placing in the oven, I added five small bay leaves.Braised in the oven for about three hours at 325 degrees.It turned out with a nice, sweet tang from the juice. It was super moist, and really had depth of flavor with the garlic and bay leaves.
Served with roasted baby potatoes, and broccoli.